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and you know what he's going to say. host: what do we know senator rubio is going to say? guest: he is a young, great speaker and have been involved in the immigration issue and people will be looking to see how -- how much he'll embrace what president obama says and you know, if he will be willing to go along sm the president is going to talk today that there are places we can find common ground. the question will be will senator rubio be talking about they can find common ground or a step back. host: jonathan strong, he comes from the capitol, how much is republic leadership having fluns on what he has to say? guest: senator rubio has his own political interests at stake and will probably be running for president in 2016. i'm sure he is laying down his mark in those discussions. host: what is the difference between what he will be talking about and rand paul? guest: is this an alternative, is this a rival address and rand paul has said no. no. no. we are in conjunction and on the same team. the thing to watch out for is places where the two speeches don't agree with one another, t
rubio, when he drank a glass of water in the middle of his speech, he just articulated the same old thing, more money for the rich, less for everybody else. mr. speaker, we cannot continue to give tax breaks to millionaires and billionaires, while cutting on investments that the middle class relies on and cutting programs that help local governments, keep on police, keep on teachers, people who fix our roads, firefighters. we cannot cut the federal work force and i'll talk about sequester in a little while. we cannot make these economic decisions and hope to have a strong economy. we've got to invest in our roads, our bridges, our grids, our electrical power grids and transit to move people around quickly. we have to make these investments. we have to invest in research and invest in our schools and this is what is going to make america a strong country and put people to work and more people paying taxes and that will help us lower the deficit. the republicans have it all wrong. they think by slashing the federal government, then that will make our economy better. all it's going to
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